Crisis Management

Is This the Worst Year in Modern American History?

Comparing 2020 to 1968 offers some disquieting lessons for the present.

Project Management and COVID-19 Recovery

Lessons from previous disasters offer a guide for government leaders.

Coronavirus Outbreak Could Make the Upcoming Presidential Transition the Toughest Since the Depression, Nonprofit Says  

"I think that the current crisis makes this the most important and, perhaps, challenging transition since 1932,” resource center director says.   

Unsanitized Bathrooms and Working While Sick: Postal Workers Flood OSHA With Coronavirus Complaints

As more than 1,200 USPS workers test positive for COVID-19, employees file allegations about unsafe conditions.

Did the Coronavirus Escape from a Chinese Lab? Here’s What the Pentagon Says

Gen. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, directly addressed "rumor and speculation" that COVID-19 is a made-in-China weapon of war.

Weird Hours, Contractor Concerns: How the Intelligence Community Is Grappling with Coronavirus

Intelligence agencies are trying to adapt to social distancing guidelines, but that’s leaving many employees and contractors in limbo.

The Pandemic’s Big Takeaway: It Matters Who Fills Government Jobs

The success of our response to this historic public health emergency hinges in large part on our government workforce.

Coronavirus Roundup: Federal Government Scrambles to Obtain and Distribute Supplies

There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.